Fostering Saves Lives
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Foster Parent!
The NOAH Center is always in great need of foster volunteer parents. Every year we save over 1,200 underage kittens and puppies through our Foster Care Program. The more volunteers we have, the more animals we can help.
Foster homes are needed from one to six weeks and for the following animals:
- Cats or dogs with kittens or puppies too young to be placed for adoption.
- Orphan kittens or puppies, without a mom, and in need of bottle-feeding.
- Kittens or puppies who are weaned but still need several weeks in a home before they are old enough to be spayed/neutered and adopted.
- Animals recovering from special surgeries who need to rest and recover in a safe home environment.
All you need is a little extra space and some spare time. We provide all the food, supplies and any necessary medications. If you are ready to join our foster team, first sign up to become a volunteer!
Our Foster Care Program is reserved for animals transferred to The NOAH Center from overcrowded partner shelters. If you have a litter of puppies or kittens find out how The NOAH Center can help through our Mom's Last Litter Program.